On August 29, the article by Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, appeared in The Cut.
The Duchess of Sussex, 41, showed off her new life in the United States.
Among other revelations, Meghan Markle confided in this comment from Harry about his father.

The interview conducted by journalist Allison P Davis was held at the Sussexes’ California mansion in Montecito. Among other bombshells thrown by Prince Harry’s wife was her revelation about Harry’s comment. Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, 37, is said to have confided to him one day: “I lost my father in this process”. This little sentence would have caused confusion because the youngest son of Charles III would not have referred to the latter.

According to the entourage of Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, 41, the son of Charles III would have referred to the father of his wife and not to his own. The source confided in the DailyMail the day after the publication of the article by Meghan Markle. According to this close friend of the former actress, Prince Harry was referring to the break between Meghan Markle and her father, Thomas Markle. “This was a comment from Harry about Meghan Markle’s family situation,” the DailyMail source confirms.

Charles III: the King of England loves his two sons, Prince Harry and Prince William

On August 30, 2022, another source, this time close to King Charles III, opened up about the effect of this statement to DailyMail. According to this close friend of the son of Queen Elizabeth II of England, the former Prince of Wales, loves his two sons, and more. This source also wanted to say that King Charles III of England would be “saddened” if his relationship with his son, Prince Harry, were to be lost. On June 30, author Katie Nicholl had already declared that Prince Charles “loves his son. He wants to forgive his son, for everything. He wants to fix this relationship and move on”.

Charles "lost" by Harry? This ambiguous little phrase that saddens him

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